Slicing Stereotypes in the game of golf

February 22, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes PART ONE OF TWO Every group has its stereotypes, including golfers. Since the 15th century, golf has historically been known as a “gentlemen’s game” played by men of noble birth or superior social position. It was a game where only the wealthy were allowed on the course or into the country club. If you didn’t […]

Freshman Thanksgiving offers free food and games

November 30, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo credit: Julie Ostler | Assistant Photo Editor | @jules1lo The UV Mentor Program and UVUSA teamed up to host the first annual Freshman Thanksgiving Nov. 17 in the Grande Ballroom. The event offered free food, games and activities. Students were welcomed to enjoy pizza and specialty sodas. A slew of carnival games lined the […]

Annual Pow Wow brings multiple tribes to UVU

November 14, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Celebrations include dancing, food and drums Cassandra Lesa | Staff Writer Photo credit: Mike Richardson Dancers wore beautiful, handmade costumes and musicians prepared their drums Nov. 13-14 as the Native Wolverine Association, UVU’s Native American Club, hosted their annual Pow Wow in the Grande Ballroom. Colorful pattered blankets were draped over seats to reserve them […]